Mindfulness in Re-entry

Mindfulness techniques can be a helpful support in re-entry. That’s why I’m hosting a free conversation with Kate Berger¬†tomorrow (June 15) about what mindfulness is and how to use it to weather the ups and downs of re-entry and beyond!

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I met Kate at a Families in Global Transition conference when I attended her session on mindfulness. She piqued my interest in how mindfulness can help with re-entry, and I was thrilled when she accepted my invitation to chat about this topic.

While Kate works primarily with kids, our conversation, and the mindfulness techniques she’ll share, are for globetrotters of all ages. I hope you can join us this Thursday!

How to Join the Mindfulness for Re-entry Conversation

Our conversation will take place this Thursday, June 15 at 11am EST in our Re-entry Relaunchers Unite Facebook group. In order to participate in this live conversation, you need to join the Facebook group:

1. Click here to join the group.

2. Go to the group page and look for the invitation post (see image below).

3. Click on “Get Reminder.”

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When we go live on Thursday at 11am EST, you can join the conversation right in the Facebook group! If you arrive late or need to leave early, no problem. You’ll be able to watch the replay in the Facebook group, too.

Do you work in study abroad?

I’m writing articles about re-entry and study abroad for various publications and I’d like to take the “pulse” of study abroad re-entry with this very short anonymous survey:

https://goo.gl/forms/7Gr26p3eCKdHncg73

There are just a couple questions in the survey. If you work in study abroad, I’d love to get your input! I plan to share the survey results on SPS.

About the Author: Cate Brubaker

Cate Brubaker, PhD is the author of the Re-Entry Roadmap creative workbook and founder of SmallPlanetStudio.com. A former expat and current part-time nomad, Cate has worked in international education for 20 years.

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